Tuesday, November 2, 2004, Volume 22, Number 5
Linda Miller Cleary, professor, Department of English was presented a National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) award for her contributions to the field of faculty advising. Ruth Darling, Ph.D., president of NACADA, presented the award on October 6th in Cincinnati, Ohio. Previously this year, Professor Miller Cleary was awarded the John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising by the University of Minnesota.
James H. Fetzer, McKnight Professor of Philosophy,
appeared at a press conference on October 25, at the National Press Club
in Washington,D.C., to announce the release of American Assassination:
The Strange Death of Senator Paul Wellstone. Accompanied by his co-author,
Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs, they presented evidence that the crash
that killed the Minnesota Senator, his wife, daughter, and three aides,
and led to GOP control of the Senate was no accident and called for a
formal investigation by an appropriate committee of the Congress or by
Dalibor Froncek, associate professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, presented a lecture "Non-traditional round robin tournaments" at the international workshop Discrete Mathematics in Zakopane, Poland.
Douglas Jensen, Aquatic Invasive Species Information Center coordinator, co-debuted "HabitattitudeTM," a new national public education and outreach campaign at the Super Zoo trade show, September 23, in Las Vegas, NV. Habitattitude is a campaign created by the pet industry and federal agencies aimed at preventing the release of aquarium fish and plants into the environment by aquarists and water gardeners.
(NRRI), Carl Richards, Jeff Gunderson, Cindy Hagley
(all three of Sea Grant), Shirley Nordrum (Leech Lake Tribal Council),
John Persell (MN Chippewa Tribe Research Laboratory), and Michael McDonald
(U.S. EPA), earned a Superior Program Award from the Sea Grant Great Lakes
Network for Assessing and Communicating Risk: A Partnership to Evaluate
a Superfund Site on Leech Lake Tribal Lands.
See next issue.
Ayman Noreddin, associate professor, presented two papers at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas. The papers were titled, Monte Carlo Simulation of Bactericidal Activity Versus Urinary Tract Infection E. coli of Ciprofloxacin 500mg Every 12 Hours, Gatifloxacin 200mg and 400mg Once Daily, and Levofloxacin 500mg, 750mg and 1000mg Once Daily Administered to Hospitalized Patients: Analysis of Canadian Versus US Isolates, and Designing Pharmacodynamic Target Attainment Indices for Fluoroquinolones Using Genetically Driven Break Points for S. pneumoniae.
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